What to Eat Late Night Without Gaining Weight

Greek Yogurt: Rich in protein and low in sugar, especially the plain varieties. It can help keep you full and satisfied without too many calories.

Cottage Cheese: Low in fat and high in protein, cottage cheese is a great late-night snack. It's also rich in casein, a slow-digesting protein that can help keep hunger at bay overnight.

Popcorn: Air-popped popcorn without butter or oil is low in calories but high in fiber, making it a satisfying and crunchy snack.

Vegetable Sticks with Hummus: Sliced vegetables like carrots, cucumbers, and bell peppers paired with a small serving of hummus make for a crunchy and satisfying snack that's low in calories but high in nutrients.

A Piece of Fruit: A small apple, banana, or a handful of berries can provide natural sweetness without too many calories. The fiber in fruit also helps to fill you up.

Nuts: A small handful of nuts like almonds or walnuts provides good fats and a bit of protein, but be mindful of portions as nuts are calorie-dense.

Whole Grain Crackers with Avocado: A few whole-grain crackers topped with mashed avocado provides a good mix of carbs and healthy fats, which are satisfying without being too heavy.

Herbal Tea: Drinking a cup of herbal tea like chamomile can soothe hunger pangs and help you feel relaxed without adding any calories.

Boiled Eggs: Hard-boiled eggs are high in protein and low in calories, making them a great late-night snack.

Protein Shake: A protein shake with water or a non-dairy milk can be filling and prevent snacking on less healthy options.

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